Kermit file transfers will occur automatically. If your host sends a kermit file to MacWise, Kermit will detect it and start the transfer. The following commands are not required but are supported if you want Accuterm compatibility. Notes: 1.
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If the protocol is A for ascii, then only mode m text transfers are allowed. File names and paths specified by the host are ignored. Text transfers are sent to your Documents folder in a folder named pick. Kermit file transfers will always overwrite the existing file even if you have overwrite set to N. If K for Kermit is specified then Kermit will do the file transfer and it will use error checking. The options are: Transfer type When you perform a file transfer, it defaults to the transfer type you select from this list.
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Binary Transfer the file contents unchanged. Auto-Detect Have InfoConnect select the transfer type for you.
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Checksum Kermit supports three types of error checking: single-byte checksum, double-byte checksum, and 3-byte CRC. File name translation Select to invoke settings automatically under File name translation options on the Translation tab. Automatic server mode When selected, InfoConnect interacts with the host Kermit server program in the following manner: When you first open the Transfer dialog box, no interaction with the host occurs. Packet size Select the requested packet size in bytes for Kermit transfers; this value tells the SuperKermit protocol how many bytes of data to transfer at a time.
Window size If the remote Kermit program supports sliding windows, this parameter determines the size of a sliding window, in packets. Receive startup command When you send a file, this command is transmitted to the host. Send startup command When you receive a file, this command, along with the name of the file to be received, is transmitted to the host. Server startup command This command is used in conjunction with the Automatic server mode check box to allow InfoConnect to put the host Kermit in server mode automatically.
Transfer type. Transfer the file contents unchanged. Have InfoConnect select the transfer type for you. File name translation. Automatic server mode. When selected, InfoConnect interacts with the host Kermit server program in the following manner: When you first open the Transfer dialog box, no interaction with the host occurs. Packet size. Window size. Receive startup command.
gkermit: G-Kermit (GNU Kermit) 1.00 file transfer software.
My FC took a crap, rented a FC from GPS Alaska and am having difficulties getting it to fire up on the local coords, so whipped out the old 48 with "Survey GX" card in it and bingo, getting shots again! Trouble is, when I went to download, my computer can't find which port I'm plugged into. Used to be a sequence of hitting send on the 48 then recieve on the 'puter, but thats not working.
Been so dang long since I used the old girl, I am drawing a blank.
Any hints? Ours is different than what you described. We have to prompt the computer to 'receive' before punching 'send' on the Are you talking about the old Kermit transfer protocol?? You would need a serial port on the computer. I found this if it helps Kermit is built into the HP 48, and when you also have Kermit running on your computer, your HP 48 and computer are ready to "talk to each other. Kermit is available for many systems for a nominal fee from Columbia and from various user group organizations.
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Kermit File Transfer Instructions
Configure the Kermit port setting to match the port to which the serial cable was connected in step 1, and configure the Kermit baud setting to match the computer's setting. So, unless you need to use another setting for your system, you should set your computer and Kermit to baud also. Make sure the HP 48 baud matches the setting from step 3.